Anna’s 2016 Reading Challenge

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Challenge Name: Reading Challenge 2016
Blog/Sign Up Link: Reading Challenge 2016
Hosted By: Anna A Snook’s Blog
Challenge Dates: 1 Jan 2016 through 31 Dec 2016
My Goal: 30/52 books
My goodreads shelf: 2016 AASnook’s Reading Challenge
My Blog Tag: 2016 AASnook’s Reading Challenge
Challenge Rules (Per Host Site): None

Topics
1. A book you own but have never read –
2. A book written from a child’s perspective – Night of the Puppets by RL Stine
3. A book with weather in the title –
4. A book based in your current town or region – Hidden Bodies (You, #2) by Caroline Knepes
5. A book original written in a minor language (not French Spanish, Mandarin, etc.) –
6. A book based around a medical condition – All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven
7. A book that was your mom’s or dad’s favorite at your age –
8. A book that was your dad’s favorite at your age –
9. A book you started but haven’t finished – The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
10. A book with a title that has > 5 words – The Babytalk Insider’s Guide to Your Baby’s First Year by Babytalk Magazine
11. A fiction and non-fiction account of the same event (Fiction) –
12. A fiction and non-fiction account of the same event (Non-Fiction) –
13. A book that cost you < $1 – How to Kill Friends and Implicate People (Same Ireland Mysteries, #2) by Jay Stringer
14. A book written by an author who was born the same year or month as you – This Can’t Be Happen at MacDonald Hall by Gordon Korman
15. A book that was given to you – Just Fall by Nina Sadowsky
16. The best book you read last year –
17. A book with an unappealing cover – The Sword Thief (The 39 Clues, #3) by Peter Lerangis
18. A book you saw someone else reading – The Selection (The Selection, #1) by Kiera Cass
19. A microhistory – A History of the World in 6 Glasses by Tom Standage
20. A book written by someone under 15 – How to Talk to Girls by Alec Greven
21. A book with a title that describes your life – Symptoms of Being Human by Jeff Garvin
22. A choose-your-own-adventure book – Neil Patrick Harris: Choose Your Own Autobiography by Neil Patrick Harris
23. A book of essays –
24. A book by an author who uses initials in their pen name – No One Knows by JT Ellison
25. A book with the name of a place in the title – America (The Book) by Jon Stewart
26. A book that involves recipes or cooking – A Scone to Die For by H.Y. Hanna
27. A book that everyone is talking about – Cinder (The Lunar Chronicles, #1) by Marissa Meyer
28. A Harlequin novel –
29. A self-published book – Demon World by Angela Yseult
30. A book with the name of a month in the title – November 9 by Colleen Hoover
31. A speculative or alternate historical fiction –
32. A book by a local author –
33. A biography about someone you wish you had known –
34. A true crime novel –
35. A book about your profession (or a profession you’d like to have) – Spoiler Alert: You’re Gonna Die by Korttany Finn
36. A book with a character of ambiguous identity (Sexual, racial, political, etc.) – Touch by Claire North
37. A book about religion –
38. A book you’re embarrassed to read in public – Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny by Holly Madison
39. An ancient book –
40. A paranormal book – When by Victoria Laurie
41. A book with alliteration in the title – Red Rising (Red Rising, #1) by Pierce Brown
42. A book set somewhere you’ve traveled – The Girl in the Ice by Robert Bryndza
43. A book you swore you’d never read – Fifty Shades of Grey by EL James
44. A book about an animal – Max: Best Friend. Hero. Marine. by Jennifer Li Shotz
45. A book of poetry –
46. A book published this year – Killfile by Christopher Farnsworth
47. A book set at Christmastime – Pretty Little Secrets (Pretty Little Liars, #4.5) by Sara Shepard
48. A book about war –
49. A manifesto –
50. A self-improvement book – Get the Truth: Former CIA Officers Teach You How to Persuade Anyone to Tell All by Philip Houston
51. A retelling of a classic story – Scarlet (The Lunar Chronicles, #2) by Marissa Meyer
52. A book from a series – The Body Finder (Body Finder, #1) by Kimberly Derting

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